A Melbourne newspaper is looking to chat to a Victorian couple who are separated or divorced but still live in the same house.
We are hoping to do a light-hearted piece about how despite the marriage breaking down the couple have chosen to decided to continue living under the same roof and make it work. This could be because of the kids or because they can't afford to buy a house on their own.
Do you still eat dinner together or live like house mates? We would love to have a chat and get your photo for the paper.
We can travel to you.
Please spread the word and ask any friends or family.
Contact me at email@example.com or on 0421 230 464.
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02-03-2012 11:59 #1Junior Member
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Newspaper searching for divorced/separated couples still living together.
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